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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP A woman puts flowers at the new memorial to victims of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion at Mitino cemetery 27 April 1993. (Getty)

Police and Cell Phones: Defining Unreasonable Search and Seizure | Inside Bank of America's $4 Billion Blunder | A Look at Nuclear Safety Since the Three Mile Island Meltdown | Politics, Conflict in Ukraine May Delay Chernobyl Reactor Project | Are New Russian Sanctions a Lost Cause? | Sterling's Punishment Could Yield Him a Huge Profit

NBA Bans Sterling For Life, Issues $2.5M Fine

The NBA has made a decision to ban Los Angeles Clippers Owner Donald Sterling from the league for life and fine him $2.5 million—the maximum amount allowed by the league. Sterling is ...

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Defining Unreasonable Searches in the Digital Age

Today the Supreme Court will consider a new question surrounding search and seizure as it relates to that most modern and most ubiquitous of devices: The smartphone. At issue is wheth...

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Inside Bank of America's $4 Billion Blunder

Bank of America has announced a pretty major accounting error. The bank said it would suspend plans to buy back $4 billion in stock and pay its dividends after discovering an error in...

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Are New Russian Sanctions a Lost Cause?

On Monday, President Obama announced new sanctions against Russian politicians and companies close to President Vladimir Putin. But if Putin has the Russian people in his pocket, he m...

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Sterling's Punishment Could Yield Him a Huge Profit

As the pressure continues to mount on the NBA, and as the Clippers lose more sponsorship deals, Sterling might find himself in the position of having to sell the team—a punishment tha...

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Today's Highlights | April 29, 2014

Also on Today's Show: If all goes according to plan, a 32,000-ton arch built to contain remaining radioactive dust at the Chernobyl reactor will be completed...More than three decades...

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